Be Prepared

Azusa Pacific University seeks to foster a safe and secure living-learning environment for its students, faculty, and staff. In times of crisis, the university activates its Critical Incident Response Team to ensure the well-being of the campus community.

However, creating a safe environment requires the efforts of everyone on campus. It is important to know how to respond to any number of situations. Please review information about APU’s emergency procedures, notification systems, and ways you can be prepared.

News & Features

  • Adams Among Researchers of Clergy Mental Health Study

    The Huffington Post featured a study by researchers on the mental health of clergy and provided tips for congregations to support their pastors.

  • Wounds into Wisdom

    Jolyn Davidson earned a degree in clinical social work and a Master of Arts in Student Development at APU. Today, she draws on this rich background to journey with clients, helping them change attitudes that negatively affect their lives.

  • Packing a Powerful Punch

    Guillotine, hammerfist, and arm bar. These terms may sound like medieval torture techniques to some, but for Branden Ware ’04, founder of West Coast Fighting Championship, a mixed martial arts promotion organization, they mean big business.